$4800 in vape pens stolen from tobacco…


A 911 caller reported three individuals broke into Bombay Vapor within the 2100 block of Sadau Courtroom after retailer hours and stole about $4,800 in merchandise, based on a police report.

The Denton Police Division is investigating the late night time housebreaking. Police arrived round 2:03 a.m. Tuesday and noticed each the back and front glass doorways to the store had been shattered.

A staffer referred to as 911 after seeing three individuals inside the shop from a digital camera. Nobody was on the scene when police arrived.

Together with $4,800 in vape merchandise stolen, the doorways had been estimated to price greater than $775 to repair.

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2800 block of West College Drive — On the metropolis jail early Tuesday, police found {that a} 38-year-old theft suspect had $370 in free money, a number of folding knives and monetary property that didn’t belong to him, based on a police report.

Workers at RaceTrac reported a person got here in, took cash from a money register after which walked out. Police responded round 12:02 a.m. and located a person that matched the outline given close to WinCo Meals on College.

Officers detained him after a brief foot chase. The report says they spoke to witnesses who noticed the theft. One worker reported they tried to cease the suspect by pulling on his clothes, however the suspect then allegedly waved a knife round in a threatening method earlier than taking off.

He was arrested and charged with each aggravated theft and evading arrest or detention. Police discovered $370 in free money and a number of folding knives on him, in addition to objects like checks and ID playing cards that didn’t belong to him. He hadn’t been charged with possession of these objects however an investigation continues to be ongoing.

300 block of South Woodrow Lane — A 26-year-old man allegedly punched one other man at Monsignor King Outreach Middle early Tuesday as a result of he was irritated on the different man speaking on his telephone, based on a police report.

Police arrived round 2:47 a.m. after getting a name about an assault. The report says each males had been nonetheless on the scene, and one had a number of accidents. He denied medical consideration and had accidents on his face, mouth, knees and elbows.

The suspect allegedly punched him no less than 13 occasions, picked him up by the neck and slammed his face onto the ground, based on the report. Workers confirmed police the incident on safety footage.

The suspect alleged this began as a result of he was irritated that the sufferer was speaking on the telephone. He was arrested and charged with assault causes bodily damage.


From 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, the Denton Police Division dealt with 373 service and officer-initiated calls and made 9 arrests.

From Tuesday to Wednesday, 32 individuals had been booked into the Denton County Jail.

ZAIRA PEREZ will be reached at 940-566-6882 and by way of Twitter at @zairalperez.

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